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what is the difference between GSA ser engines to UD or article kevo

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by newnnp, Apr 14, 2013.

  1. newnnp

    newnnp Junior Member

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    I have not tried GSA SER engines, but the video show how easy it is to create blogs web2.0 . so how difference is it to compare to articlekevo, UD, or even rankwyz? since i can manage my web2.0 using the latter.
     
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    newnnp Junior Member

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    Have been using rankwyz for 2 weeks and it is laggy ,I paid for accounts creation that r only 80% success rate.
     
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    Zul MOO Registered Member

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    80% is a good number !! paid for account creation ?? how much per account?
     
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    williamstraus Newbie

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    I would say that UD & RankWyz are more geared towards creating and managing Tier 1 blogs and sites for you.

    SER (although it is being tweaked and enhanced) is more geared towards the lower level links you wants to juice that Tier1.

    What SER does not have is the ability to easily manage submissions on a schedule to Web2.0 sites. There are ways to re-import accounts into projects to do that but it's not intuitive.

    Most people building link pyramids are doing the top of the pyramid by hand or with tools like Ultimate Demon, Magic Submitter and SE Nuke. The link tiers that power up that Tier1 are coming from tools like SER.

    You are not comparing apples to apples.

    Better think up your SEO strategy first and how you want to get ranked before figuring out which tool is right.

    None of these tools are push button easy.